This specimen was found under and apparently feeding on a colony of loose Porites coral that had been rolled around by recent westerly swell. It was on a shallow Kwajalein lagoon reef and the identity remains uncertain.
This egg mass was under the same rock. It looks kind of like the eggs of Tenellia lugubris, but no specimens of that species were found.
Created 12 December 2015
Updated 17 March 2017
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